Selling images of high quality but low quantity?

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NickZ2016 Senior Member • Posts: 1,571
Re: Selling images of high quality but low quantity?

If you want to sell think about setting up your own website.

Stock means pennies. Which means even if you have thousands of images selling you aren't getting huge amounts. You also need to fit the rules for stock.

Glancing at your images the Greek diving/swimming one you might be asked for a model release. The airplane one would be mostly of interest to that airline.  That limits you to editorial sales.

Many interesting street or travel images won't/can't be used for stock. Great images but for one reason or another limited commercially.

500PX if I remember used to put out an informational blog on things to avoid.

Between websites that think taking images from Google photos is okay to the free stock sites your competition is selling images for less than you'd want to consider.

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